Home next to “Sex and the City” townhouse sells, bed bug complaints decline in NYC … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 24, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Home next to “Sex and the City” townhouse sells for $9.85M [NYO]
2. Bed bug complaints decline in NYC [DNAinfo]
3. Former head of Lend Lease admits to decade-long overbilling scheme, pleads guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud [Post]
4. Lend Lease will also pay $56M in fines, which is the largest in NYC history [Crain’s]
5. Eight-year-old lawsuit to challenge a Long Beach zoning decision can move ahead [NY Law Journal via GlobeSt]
6. Michigan-based Dart Development Group buys UES site [REW]
7. Is the housing market beginning to turn in parts of the country? [Bloomberg]
8. One week after Trump cuts ribbon for Toronto hotel, some investors look to get out of their contracts [WSJ]
9. How a Kaufman exec became the top broker for NYC’s tech start-ups [NYO]
10. Infographic: the most and least peaceful cities across the nation [The Atlantic]
11. Bob Knakal on Q1 NYC property sales market[NYO]
12. Blockhead’s Burritos heads to East Harlem [Crain’s]

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